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Reg Butler, sculpture 9 June-8 July 1960 by Reginald Cotterell Butler

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Published by Hanover Gallery in London .
Written in English


  • Butler, Reginald Cotterell, -- 1913- -- exhibitions.

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Catalogue of an exhibition held at Hanover Gallery, London, 9 June-8 July 1960.

StatementHanover Gallery.
ContributionsHanover Gallery.
The Physical Object
Pagination(34) p. :
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20827039M

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Home / Books / Sculpture / Reg Butler. Reg Butler £ ISBN: Artist(s): Reg Butler Format: paperback Year published: Publisher: Tate Gallery Publications Publisher Location: London Total Pages: 88 Illustrations: 99 B&W illustrations, 10 colour illustrations. 1 . The Sculpture of Reg Butler is the first book-length overview of Butler's sculpture throughout his career until his death in It cat. Reg Butler, byname of Reginald Cotterell Butler, (born Ap , Buntingford, Hertfordshire, Eng.—died Oct. 23, , Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire), English sculptor of figurative works noted for their strenuous quality of line.. Butler studied architecture and lectured at the Architectural Association School, London (–39). He worked for a time as a blacksmith, and his early. New York, Curt Valentin Gallery, Reg Butler, January - February , cat. no (another cast); London, Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Gregory Fellowship Exhibition, 14th August - 20th September , cat. no.2 (plaster version); Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute, Museum of Art, The Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, 27th October - 7th.